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with 50s through oakland, concord, santa rosa. and still 50s through livermore but it is going to warm up nicely. and 89 degrees in antioch 60s for half moon bay. with mostly low 80s 82 degrees in santa rosa. and 84 degrees expected for napa valley. your full forecast coming up. >> we start this morning with developing new san francisco police aren't investigating a homicide in the bay view district. it happened to near 1:30 a.m. near hilltop park. no word on any arrests. >> to the south bay in san jose one person is recovering after a car crashes into a house overnight. it slammed into an intersection at mayberry. and white road. one person was taken to hospital the house however sustained major damage. >> the city of oakland is striving to fight crime. with pastor, clergy. andd dal.. these are walking and speaking to people. pastors, activists want to cain trust with people out in the street. offering help to people associated with violence partnership with churches serious crime in the violence in the city. >> the response has been positive. we are in this place where there is a lot o
, she is in her 20s. police say the driver of the pick up was speeding. he had to be cut from the wreckage himself. 53-year-old was taken to the hospital but moved to jail yesterday where he faces a charge of vehicular manslaughter. >>> milpitas police searching for who shot and killed a 7-eleven employee over the weekend police responded to reports of a shooting at 2:15 saturday morning. they found the body a 62-year-old employee, the man's name has not been released, per the family's request. >>> nadia lockyer is scheduled to be in court later today on drug and child endangerment charges she wases arrested last month at a y's home. police found methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia -- in the room she was sharing with her son. she has pleaded not guilty. she was released and reentered drug rehab. she ther'?ñ estranged wife of state treasurer bill lockyer. >>> there are nine major fires burning in california now. the newest began friday in lake county, the scots fire burned five miles only 15% contained. a mile from homes, so far no evacuates. >>> 75 miles southeast of that,
as mentioned. it is not too hot, not too cold. it is just right with temperatures falling back into the 50s. a little cool out there some some spots, a few 40s. but we should be back up near 80 later today. we're looking at quiet conditions. we still have a cold front north and west of chicago. that will be a player in our forecast later tomorrow as we get into the weekend. we worry about today and we look great. 63 in washington. 53 at dulles. bwi marshall, 55 degrees. how about 82 with sunshine later today. >> okay. i can take that. that is acceptable. >> we'll put the order in right now. >> thank you. >>> time now to say hello to julie wright and see what is happening on the roads. >> okay, on the roads right now, you will find lanes are open, no problems reported out to the west on 66. still an easy drive coming inbound from fair oaks. it looks like we are picking up the usual suspected headed out towards 123. no problems reported on the beltway. overnight construction has been cleared between annandale and merrifield. lanes are open on the top side of the beltway between college park a
increase for u.s. diplomats around the world after attackers kill the ambassador to libya and storm the embassy in the egyptian capital. >>> the mini turmoil takes center stage in the campaign. >>> existing evidence. with police in hot pursuit, suspected bang robbers toss cash from their vehicles and hundreds of people are there to scoop it up. this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, september 13, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. i'm terrell brown. another protest outside of the u.s. embassy in libya. egyptian riot police fired warning shots and tear gas to push protesters back. many chanted anti-u.s. slogans. president obama called the presidents of egypt and libya last night. the white house thanked the libyan president for keeping. the investigation is under way for the death of chris stevens, sean smith and two others during an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the u.s. is investigating whether it's a coordinated effort by terrorists. fbi has sent a team to help with the investigation and a contingent of marines will boost security. lots of going on.
than average afternoon. by noontime, to the 50s around the coast to 60s around concord and livermore. by 4:00, we'll see 50s at the coast. mild numbers inland. 70s mainly around the bay and look for more clouds and fog tonight and warmup begins tomorrow. >> terry: new this morning, in concord where contra costa fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. it started about 3:00 this morning in 1700 block of margo drive. firefighters had it under control in less than an hour. >>> dumbarton bridge is closed this entire weekend. take a look at the last cars crossing the dumbarton bridge. on weekends about 3,000 vehicles per day. it's shut down for retrofitting and not scheduled to reopen until 5:00 tuesday morning. we have video workers on the quiet bridge. they are lifting it five inches to install steel bearings. >> it's two disks that fit together and slide over each other. it gives this bridge about up to four feet of movement in any direction. >> terry: also it includes the bay bridge, san mateo bridge and in the south bay, 101-237-880 loop.
on things. channel 2 news. >>> new this morning about 400 people staging a protest outside the u.s. embassy in bangkok. the demonstration is in response to that anti-islam video produced in the u.s. protesters are chanting anti- american slogans and carrying signs in support of the muslim religion. ty police said 700 officers are monitoring the embassy, closing early. >>> libyan security officials claim they gave the u.s. three days warning about possible violence in benghazi, according to a report. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans killed in the attack on the u.s. consul lat there. the u.s. department maintains it had no early warnings. >>> attacks forcing troops in afghanistan to reduce operations with afghan soldiers. leon panetta upset troops being killed by the men they're training. afghan forces or mill at&ts posing as them have killed 51 international troops this year. the attacks rising as the final troops from the u.s. surge starting to come home. >>> republican candidate mitt romney talking about the video that shows him telling done no, sir that almost half of th
that libya that killed the u.s. ambassador there according to libyan officials. three other staffers, also americans, were killed. ambassador christopher stevens died of smoke inhalation after the consulate attack. stevens had only been served since may in libya. >>> this morning's attack comes after armed protesters attacked the consulate last night. >> in egypt, thousands ever pro terses stormed the american embassy and burned the american flag. they are angry at a film produced in the united states that insult the prophet mohammed. let's get more from doug luzader live on capitol hill. >> good morning. as you mentioned, the u.s. ambassador apparently killed there we are still waiting for confirmation from either the state department or the white house. they are only saying that one u.s. staffer was killed. but if this is, in fact, triewrks it represents a dramatic escalation in the situation there. chris stevens, 52 years old, a u.s. aim bass done to libya. he had been a key player in the region for some time. he worked to help the libyans overthrow qaddafi. he was in no way connected b
>> a violent protest in yemen, new arrests on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya >> i will pinpoint the day that it will be the warmest with your forecast. >> late running road work is what is causing these big delays right now. >> good morning everyone. >> the time is 6:00. firefighters in antioch are busy this morning. three separate fires of broke out within an hour of each other. >> investigators are calling those fire suspicious. >> two of the three fires overnight happened at this strip mall behind me. the damage does not look at significant this morning but look at the flames from overnight. there was some exterior damage and some damage to the roof of this building. you're looking at one of three fires, two of them burn on either side of the strip mall. this one appears to of started on the outside but then moved through the inside. >> fire on the northwest side of the building and then we had another additional exterior fire on the southeast side of the building and one hour before that there was a fire down the street so we do have an investigator in route. >
. captioned by the national captioning institute >> straight ahead, more violence on u.s. embassies overseas as to warships had toward the coast of libya. good morning -- it is thursday, september 13. i am cynnÉ simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. steve ruan is with us this morning for the forecast. >> lots of sunshine is on the way later this afternoon. temperatures outside are a cold start as you head out the door. $53. reagan and national airport at 63 degrees. satellite and radar, not a cloud in the sky. a great indication of what is on the way later today. middle 70's at noon with lots of sunshine mostly sunny by 5:00. temperatures will be in the 80's. we have a cold front on the way. it may bring some showers. first, here is angela foster with traffic. >> we are looking at a pretty good start. back to speak at the woodrow wilson bridge. traffic is slow for the most -- clear for the most part. we are now moving quite well. heading into maryland on the outer loop. in maryland, if you are traveling on the beltway between greenbelt and college park, we still have a clothe
from school when she was hit and killed by an s.u.v. yesterday friends gathered to support the family and remember the young victim. >> thinking about it was the last time i was going to ever see her. i feel really bad and she doesn't deserve this. >> police say the driver of the s.u.v. is cooperating with the investigation and they do not believe alcohol was a factor. a memorial fund is set up in haleigh's name at wells fargo bank and contributions can be made at any branch. we're told the family is planning on moving back to new mexico. >>> san francisco police arrested a man overnight on suspicion of stabbing a person in the neck. it happened just before 9:30 last night in justin herman plaza. police say the suspect and victim got into some argument, and the suspect/ed the victim in the neck -- slashed the victim in the neck. the suspect was arrested a few blocks away. the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. >>> thousands of cyclists from around the world blocked traffic in downtown san francisco for the 20th anniversary of critical math. that event
to be another gorgeous day. the cloud coverage not as thick compared to yesterday with temperatures in the 50s. for this afternoon sunny, warm. and a bit cooler along the coast. naturally with temperatures in the low 60s. it looks like we will hold onto cooler conditions for the evening and where they will go for today? '60s and '70s in hayward. 90's in livermore more with your afternoon forecast and even your weekend forecast coming up. >> highway no. 4 westbound if there was an earlier back up. towards willow past it was late road work that had the westbound and even the east bound shot down to about 30 minutes ago but it looks like we're going to be dealing thus for a little bit longer. 1/5 the new this morning as high speed chase from vallejo. it ended with shots fired in front of an elementary school with two people in custody but have not found a gun will >>reporter: good morning. because there is not found that on the vallejo police to parka could send their investigators out here at the elementary school. they have not found that avallejo. however, they're still working out on the scho
and murdered americans at a u.s. post in libya. now on the fox report, the victims, who killed them, how did they pull it off? and breaking right now, two u.s. warships are moving toward the libyan coast. [gunfire] >> our u.s. diplomatic post in benghazi, libya, was attacked. heavily armed militants assaulted the compound and set fire to our building. [gunfire] >> among those killed was our ambassador. >> my name is chris stevens and i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. >> there is absolutely no justification that type of senseless violence. none. >> this attack on american individuals and embassies is outrageous. >> shepard: now from the white house, promises of justice. and increased security at american diplomatic posts all over the world. and that is first from fox this wednesday night as this news story continues to develop overseas even as i speak. there are questions tonight about whether this violence was not spontaneous at all. but instead a carefully calculated plot coming exactly nine years after the attacks of 9/11. yesterday, somebody killed four americans and wounded three oth
race -- it is unknown what race he is. he is maybe in his 20's. we do not know if there is a correlation. as the police department, it is our job to be cautious. >> police alerted residents of a red alert, warning them. >> i do not want anybody coming into my house. i have a wife and kids. i think it is a good thing. >> tonight, the pentagon is moving two u.s. warships off the libyan coast after the cat -- after the attack. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in that assault. the u.s. will work with libya to bring those responsible to justice. we have the very latest from washington. >> in cairo tonight, another demonstration at the u.s. embassy. what happened in libya -- in an interview and -- attacked.onsulate was the ambassador and three others were killed. >> how could this happen in a country we helped liberate, in a city we helped save? >> hitting the internet where clips from an anti-muslim movie said to be made in america. that is no excuse, said the president this morning. >> we reject all efforts to denigrate the religious be
to the u.s. participation in world war i. this event held at the 10 main pc in a new york city is about an hour. [applause] >> thank you, boris. it is a pleasure to be here. thank you offer coming out for this. i just want to second what saab want the same about the museum, the tenement museum. if you have not taken the tour down the block here, which is really the core mission of this museum is to interpret that tenement house built in 1863 and the generations of immigrants who became new yorkers partly through living there. you really know what to yourself. it's indispensable to understanding new york city's history in the 19th and early 20th century histories. it's really a gift to the city of new york that we have this museum. so i encourage you, even if you take a mature before, please come back and take it again because the tours are changing and it's a wonderful it areas. as someone mentioned, i'm here tonight to talk about my book, "new york at war." publishers and images, powerpoint presentations come as some of which are in the book, others not in the book. the book itself rea
into the 90s. if you're heading to the a's game the first pitch is at seven a five p m. q we would whip -- we will see the man's coming in from the west and 8 mi. per hour. the 7 day around the bay forecast shows cooler conditions by sunday. we will have cooler conditions at the beginning of the next to work week. >> the traffic out there and looks like it might be the best time to leave your house. there are nine metering lights to deal with. the drive is under 10 minutes from the foot of the nays. >> there is no accents to report on the san mateo bridge pin the golden gate bridge has a little bit of cloud cover and we have not seen any issues pin when you look at the traffic map sierra's green on our senses. check out the east they conditions pin west bound 580 is usually one of the first spots to back up. the speeds are averaging about 35 mi. per hour. >>james: we will take a quick break and be back with more news. [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [
. once you get past the city limits it drops down to the 50's. you still might want to take a light jacket with the. let's take a look at some of the other numbers. 57 in pasadena. the forecast for today, sunshine and clouds. it will be nice and a mild. we will make it up to 78 degrees which is above average this time of year. we will detail the forecast for the upcoming weekend. >> covering the nation, officials at the nuclear power plant in pennsylvania are investigating why a pump malfunctioned triggered a shutdown. it happened yesterday afternoon. people reported hearing a loud noise which officials say is what happens when steam is released. the amount of radiation released this so small there is no danger or health risk to the public. as you may recall, it was the site of the worst nuclear in history. >> prosecutors dropped their request to review the note book chains -- james holmes gift to his psychiatrist. they do not want to delay the trial. james was in court for a hearing yesterday. he was sporting a different look that we are accustomed to. short brown hair. >> the spac
middle east. more anti-american protests are expected throughout the muslim world today as u.s. officials continue to investigate the violent demonstrations in libya that left four americans dead. aggressive action by the federal reserve, the central bank announces a new initiative designed to spur the economy and put americans back to work. and its effect can already be measured on wall street. pathway to the stars. nation bids a final farewell to neil armstrong. >> you can now finally put out your hand even touch the face of god. this is the "cbs morning news" god. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 14, 2012. captioning funded by cbs good morning. i'm terrell brown. u.s. diplomatic missions are on high alert on concerns of anti-american protests. egypt remains the site of the longest and largest protest. this morning demonstrations moved from the u.s. embassy to the administrates of cairo. libyan officials said four arrests have been made on the attack on the u.s. consulate. according to libyan interior minister the attack was a two pronged operation, first
74 points. we are continuing yesterday's rally with a dow at 13,615. the nasdaq and s&p are all in positive territory. we will take a break and when we come back, the new-line song goes on presale today, but u.s. customers may have some issues buying it. we will explain in a moment. >>darya: you probably got this e-mail from apple this morning. this on line reorders started today. there have already been a couple of the glitches. the iphone 5 is expected to be in stores by next friday. >> after being in san francisco for more than four decades, visa is moving its largest office out of the city lost starting october 1st. the civil close its office in move its 100 employees to the foster city headquarters. it is part of a consolidation effort. >> san francisco recently reported to department of labor that they are the no. 1 market in terms of job growth. with air that is a telling statistic. we have the third lowest unemployment rate in the states >> san francisco city officials will not comment on whether or not the mayor had any negotiations with the sec to keep the minister
in the attack that kill kd the u.s. ambassador and three members of his team. at the same time there are diverging views on who is responsible for the attack. anna werner begins our coverage from washington. >> reporter: in the five days since ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in libya, violent protests against the u.s. have reached more than 50 cities. clashes with security forces outside the u.s. consulate in karachi, pakistan, today, left at least one protestor dead and eight others injured. this weekend the u.s. was busy evacuating nonessential personnel from sudan and tunisia, urging american citizens to get out. today on "face the nation" libyan president mohammed el magariaf said he believes last week's deadly attack in benghazi was premeditated. >> the way the perpetrators acted, moved, this leaves us with no doubt that this was preplanned, predetermined. >> reporter: but u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice disagrees telling bob schieffer that it was a spontaneous protest hijacked by well armed extremists. >> i think it's clear that there
, touched off by an inflammatory movie made here in the u.s. >> this is what it looks like at the u.s. embassy in cairo overnight. we've seen demonstrations, throwing stones, molotov cocktails and police fighting back with tear gas. >> and that violence is putting embassies across the middle east, on high alert. the egyptian government is actively monitoring the situation, after a reportedly blunt exchange between president obama and the egyptian president. >> i don't think that we would consider them an ally. but we don't consider them an enemy. >> reporter: in yemen, protesters smashed windows and climbed the walls of the u.s. embassy compound in the capital of sanaa. the anger in the middle east, was sparked by a film that insults the prophet muhammad. >> there is no justification, none at all, for responding to this video with violence. >> reporter: the violence began on the anniversary of the september 11th attacks, at the u.s. consulate in libya. that attack left four americans dead, including the u.s. ambassador, chris stevens, state department employee, sean smith, and former
people sick across the u.s. at an alarming rate this year. cook county has seen its first death at the number of cases also increased by 30 percent. based on the current trend this year may become the most severe on record. viral meningitis can cause flow like symptoms. from viruses to bacteria that it is a disease from a brand of cheese being sold in illinois that can make people very ill. an aggressive response from the united states tonight u.s. warships are awaiting on the libyan coast.ot sfilodour [♪...] >> i've been training all year for the big race in chicago, but i can only afford one trip. and i just found out my best friend is getting married in l.a. there's no way i'm missing that. then i heard about hotwire and i realized i could actually afford both trips. see, when really nice hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them. so i got my four-star hotels for half-price! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ ♪ ♪ >> announcer: save big on car rentals too, from $12.95 a day. excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introd
and the u.s. military operations overseas. the house passed the same measure last week but at this point it is unclear when the final vote will happen because lawmakers are starting to leave town to campaign ahead of the november election. >>> today in congress they will be holding hearings to discuss how sequestration if it happens will impact the united states military. it's that round of massive budget cuts which are scheduled to kick in at the end of the year. there will be big cuts to the military and social services unless congress can agree on something for a change and make some changes. >>> the inspector general for the justice department is recommending disciplinary action for more than a dozen government officials after the botched gun running operation known as fast and furious. >> the report did not find fault with attorney general eric holder who was accused by some lawmakers of lying to congress. randall pinkston has more. >> reporter: two senior justice officials are leaving their job after the report faulted the agency's handling of the gun trafficking probe fast and fur
an official update from either side since 9:00 this morning but both cbs and see 2 u. s official said they are optimistic that they would strike a deal today. now negotiators have gone out to dinner class's will not be in session tomorrow. >> doing something passed is not the way to go. haste makes waste. >> it appears that the teachers will remain on strike a fifth day friday as the negotiations continue at the chicago hilton. the union boss karen lewis said she was optimistic that they would make a deal today but they have some delegates who need some time to approve the plan. the house of delegates meeting has been scheduled for 2:00 p.m. tomorrow anticipating school and union officials come to agree on two issues separating them- evaluation and the retiring of laid off teachers. cbs said there top priority is the return to class. union officials say they believe that classes will resume on monday but will likely take a week or more before 26,000 members vote to ratify a new contract. rev. jesse jackson visited both sides of the negotiations this afternoon and at it 4:00 news br
security chal edges the u.s. faces overseas are mounting tonight over the anti-islam film and disagreement over what really happened in libya to new saber-rattling between israel and iran. now a series of deadly attacks on u.s. and coalition troops in afghanistan, including two more inside attacks by afghan police. in all, eight troops have died, including six americans. the number of american and nato troops killed this year by afghan security forces has climbed to 51. tonight the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, is calling the so-called blue on green attacks a serious threat to the war effort. our team has it all covered. we begin in kabul with nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard. >> reporter: good evening, lester. how do you fight a war when your supposed allies are attacking you? these attacks are vicious. they are hard to defend against. today the chairman of the joint chiefs said something has to change. afghan security forces turned their guns on u.s. and nato troops yet again. today it was in zabul near the pakistani border at a re
, fog, temperatures from upper 40s to upper 50s, then, sunny skies and mild to warm on the coast. will this warm weather holdup throughout the week? probably not. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up later. >> thank you. >> and expect to see price changes at the gas pump. why prices are expected to drop and how they're having an impact on car dealership autos worries after the storm, isaac passed but the fear of flooding remains for some in areas. >> michael finney is taking your questions on twitter and facebook and will answer them here live just a little later in the hour, you can contact him also, on twitter. >> taking a look this is an unusual term of events there is the heavy side. you can see it's a slow crawl for drivers heading south. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> actor michael clark duncan after nearly two months of treatment following a heart tack. his fiancee confirmed the news. the 54-year-old never recovered from
, and they began with a spray color, they started spray a lot of the window. >> ama: protesters broke windows at u.s. bank and wells fargo. the night before they hit the prognosis police station. and officers are standing by we riot gear to help. >> alan: san francisco airport officials say a worker was killed when he drove a truck into a private jet. he was 60-year-old ang of daly city. no other information is being released. >> ama: analysis by san jose mercury news says pension reform is doing very little to end double dipping, which isn't illegal but can cost a community big bucks. that's when retired safety workers receive both a retirement and a paycheck. this man is earning a total of $140,000 a year in retirement pace, and salary as san diego police chief, and redwood city employs chief grosses 350,000 last year by double dipping from a san jose pension in contra costa county; retiring clayton police chief earns a total of $82,000 last -- 282,000 last year. >> alan: a fire broke out in contra costa county. cal fire used the air tanker to drop fire retardant on the blaze. crews managed to get
on the middle east as antiu.s. protest over antimuslim protests. >>> a woman gets nabbed after passing a school bus on the sidewalk. >>> there are reports of another nude photo scandal brewing for >>> there are reports of another nude photo scandal brewing for england's royal family. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. today we begin with high alert. the obama administration is bracing for another day of major demonstrations in parts of the muslim world after today's weekly prayer. meanwhile, there's a new development into the investigation of this week's killings in libya. nbc's tracie potts has the latest from washington. >> reporter: mara, good morning, there have been arrests in the killings. our workers who were in benghazi have all been evacuated to tripoli. there there are only emergency staff working in the embassy as there are fears today across the pond and here about more violence in the region. more demonstrations overnight. more tear gas. more rocks thrown at police. so far, more than 200 have been injured in protests at
's.nto the low >> good morning. let's get you up to date. one problem on southbound 83 just past belfast road. word of anan a aident. watch h r r ssible delayay pulaski highway, we have a crash at moravia derive. monument street at calvert street, closures because of the baltimore book festival. 11 minutes on the outer loop northeast side and on the west side. here's a quick, live look at traffic. rain will impact your ride in many spots. 50 at maryland 8. no significant delays. 295 and 175, building in volume. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> nfl fans have been waiting to hear. >> starting tonight, the game will be officiated by professional crews. there has been an agreement, ending the lockout. complaints about replacement officials came to a head on monday night. the new agreement increases salaries to about $149,000 still needs to be approved by nfl owners. >> a double shooting cents a mother and her son to the hospital. >> police believed the shootings are the result of a domestic dispute. the 4-year-old boy was shot in the hip. his mother was shot in the body jus
around the coast and temperatures are mainly in the 50s. by noontime we are going to see some sunshine. but still the 50s at the coast, the upper 60s around the inland valleys and the warmest numbers just touching 80s. we will be mild gin land but we will be a good, five, eight degrees below average today. more fog across the bay tonight. then there's a wind shift and that will set the stage for warmer weather. terry. >> thank you very much. break news out of contra. the contra county fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. it started at 3:00 this morning off concord boulevard. firefighters had it under control in about 50 minutes. there are know reports of any injuries. we will bring you more details as the information becomes available. >>> the dumbarton bridge is closed this entire labor day weekend. take a look at the last cars crossing the dumbarton bridge between menlo park and fremont last night. about 30,000 vehicles a day cross it. on any given weekend it's shut down for seismic retrofitting and it's going to reopen 5:30 tuesday mo
south. police say hispanic man with dark hair in his 40s approached a ten-year-old boy. he tried to lure the boy into a car. the boy was able to run away. anyone with information asked to call arlington county police. >>> this just into our newsroom. remember that mural on the side of the dog grooming shop down in arlington isn't the owner would claim the picture of the playful dogs and bones was just art and her right to free speech. the county was arguing that it amounted to advertising and could be banned. well, we just learned that the mural was painted over today after that owner lost her fight. >> and tonight, scientists at the national zoo do have some clues as to what may have happened to the six day old panda cub over the weekend. they are no closer to knowing exactly the panda cub died. >> every loss is hard. this one is especially devastating. >> me i xiang did have free fluid in its abdomen. >> there was a liver component to the death, but we won't know until we get the slides slides back and our pathologists are able to examine that. >> the cub's mother, mei biang did
thinking about my parents. they're in their 70s and you know, my parents took care of me my whole life and i'd like to return that favor. >> absolutely. >> and my parents are in great health, but i do notice things that i'm like, well, my dad is getting a little older. you know, maybe walking a little slower. you know, certain things, things are a little bit more sore. to me, it's such a great opportunity to have a product like omega xl so that i can do something to give back to my parents who did so much for me. and to know that it will help them in the aging process, you know, do it more smoothly and comfortably. >> well, when you talk about caring for your parents and you had a mother, father was gone, and mom is now living over 50 miles away, 60 miles away and she calls you at night in pain, you can't just jump up and drive 50 miles, 60 miles, 80 miles. there's studies that show that if your mother is at 10, 15, 20 miles away, you're out of bed, you're right there. but if she's 50, 60, 80 or 100 miles away, what do you do? and now you can't sleep the rest of the night. you're
that will help raise us out of poverty. u.s. sanctions had no affeffect. lately in a the last years of military rule, the u.s. sanctions were blamed for all of that economic illnesses of burma and other ills as well. there is great eagerness for the sanctions to be removed. on my part, i do not think we need to cling onto sanctions on necessarily. i want our people to be responsible for their own destiny and not to depend on too much on external props. we will need external help. we will need the help of our friends abroad and from all over the world. but in the end, we have to build a democracy for ourselves. we won a u.s.-burma -- want u.s.-burma relations to be where burma is accountable for their own destiny. in the fields of education and health and humanitarian aid, our system is in a shamble. many of our people are barely educated. 15% of are the children did not go to school at all. of the rest, hardly 80% make it through high school. our educational system is in dire need of reform. we need practical help. our health system is in the same situation. we need a great help with health and
is mount tam. you see the marine layer. we are looking at a fairly uniform start with numbers in the 50s. by noontime it will be partly sunny and numbers climbing through the 60s. so the sunshine starts in the try valley, work being its way westward. by 4:00 notice the afternoon highs, pretty cool. count on plenty of clouds there with mild numbers, just near 80 inland. once again, temperatures will be below average. the fog moves quickly across the bay again tonight, but the wind shift tomorrow is going to allow for earlier clearing. a big warmup on the way. terry. >> thanks very much, lisa. we begin with breaking news in concord. contra costa fire investigator district is trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. started about 3:00 this morning on the 1700 block of margo drive off concord boulevard. firefighters had it under control in less than an hour. no reports of injuries. we will bring you more as the information comes bail. >>> the dumbarton bridge is closed this entire labor day weekend. take a look at the last cars crossing the dumbarton bridge between menl
him twice. >> a handful times. >> an ex-navy s.e.a.l. gives cbs news a firsthand account of the historic raid. >> you shot pictures of his face in a profile. can you desibe >> can you describe what they looked like? >> pretty gruesome. >> when you say gruesome what are you talking about? >> he had a wound in the head. so that gruesome. >> we will demand a fair contract today. we demand a fair contract now. >> more than 26,000 chicago public schoolteachers and support staff are set to go on strike. >> negotiations stalled over several issues including health benefits, job security and also classroom conditions. >> this is not the right thing to do to children. it's unnecessary. it's avoidable. and it's wrong. >>> pizza shop owner puts the squeeze on the president. >> bear hug, man hug? >>> imagine a huge plane part falling from the sky in your neighborhood. it happened in seattle. look at this. look. >>> it took seconds to turn an eight-story building in texas into rubble. >>> and it's off the cross bar and through! 63 yards! >> serena has done it! >> once again the u.s. o
for the families. that's it for us on "the five." have a great weekend. bye. >> bret: what really happened at the u.s. consulate in libya? why does the official story keep changing, as new anti-american violence erupts in another country? this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening, i'm bret baier. we'll have team coverage of the account of deadly attack on americans in a minute. first, pakistanis took to the street to protest, encouraged by the government. what transpired quickly turned violent and then deadly. across pakistan. at least 19 people died today in the worst anti-american protest going on in half a dozen countries in the region. the total debt count since the protection began stands at 49 now. correspondent leland vittert is watching the developing story from cairo. >> from pakistan to iran, sri lanka to lebanon, iraq to india, american flag and effigies of president obama burned. riot police battled for control of the street. and walls of tear gas protected american embassies around the muslim world from an all-out attack. in bangladesh, protesters carried a flag-grapeed box
the profit mohammad. protests have spread to nine countries from yemen or the storm the u.s. embassy to iraq and egypt in cairo protesters clashed with police the state department prices for bigger protests tomorrow following friday prayers. >>> will learn more about who is behind the assault on the u.s. consulate in libya elizabeth cook on who they are and how they infiltrated what was supposed to be a secret safe house. >>> a deputy minister said the attacks were organized a two- part operation by heavily-armed militants he said they may have been kept off to the location by the safe house by espy within the security force. >>> a radical islamic group is the leading suspect in the attack the name means " supporters of islamic law " officials described as offshoot of al qaeda. one of the attackers photographed at the scene. officials have made arrests. the fbi begins the investigation by interviewing the 30 american survivors who are now at a u.s. military base in germany. the attacker struck at 10:00 p.m. tuesday and were within the compound firing on the main building where ambassador chr
that that anti-muslim movie was airing on egyptian tv. yet there were no warnings about it to other u.s. missions. why there weren't warnings about the movie is a beg question. whenever there has been a denigration of the prophet muhammad, demonstrations have almost always followed. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. >> not just, warning signs, potentially ignored, the consulate there, was not as secure as most consulates. they didn't have bulletproof glass. don't have reinforced doors. intelligence agents haven't substantiated this said a spy must have known about the safe house in the u.s. consulate in benghazi. militants found it without a problem. >> hoond sight is 20/20. 30 american staffers and libyans were taken to the safe house. the government will not shut down at the end of the month thanks to a spending bill passed last night by the house. a stopgap budget band-aid to pay the bills, postpones negotiations over spending until after the election. paul ryan approved it. but this plan calls for $19 billion more in spending than his plan. the senate expects to pass the bill next week. >
outside the u-s embassy in cairo to keep hundreds of protesters away from the building's perimeter.the clashes came amid heightened tensions t u-s diplomatic missions ii the region following tuesday's attack on the u-s consulate in benghazi, ed payne reports... four americans, including the ambassador to libya, were kille. --reporter pkk-as follows -- u-s flags flew at half-staff at the white houss and the capitol wednesday as the nation mourned.a ggoup of peavily armed militants launched an attack on the u-s consulate complex in benghazi on tuesday,,pelting it with gunfire ann rocket-propelled grenades.the siege ignited a fire, filling the safe room with smoke, and driiing at least one person in it to the the end, four died, including the u-- ambassador to libya, chris stevens, who helped save benghazi during last year's revolution.he's the first u-s ambassador tt be killed since 19979.a life-long friend opened up about the loss.i lost someone who actually unconditionally loved think what the world lost was a great diplomat who was interested in peace and humanit
iraqi air b.a.s.e. they pressured them to not allow flights but they did resume in july. border grounds are controlled by syrian rebels. despite its claim iraq and the u.s. have a strategic partnership iraq's tolerance of iran using their airspace starkly points out the limits of their limits there. vice president biden made a phone call to discuss the syrian crisis and a source told the times mr. biden registered concern over the iranian flights. >> well, now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. in there surveillance video shows a car plowing into a restaurant after it was accidentally put in reverse. the good news, nobody was inside at the time, and the two people in the car only suffered minor injuries. the bad news, it happened just a half an hour before that restaurant was going to open for its first day of business. bad luck there. >>> well, in massachusetts, more car trouble. an elderly driver was backing into his garage when he hit the gas instead of the break and it landed him right in his next door-neighbor's pool after crashing through the f
failure after hundreds of weapons turned up at crime scenes in the u.s. and mexico. the internal investigation found no evidence that attorney general eric holder misinform congress. a deputy assistant attorney general resigned from the department after the report was released. inspector general michael harlots will testify on his findings before the house oversight committee -- general michael horowitz will testify before the house oversight committee tomorrow. >> in addition to school construction, $11 million will help fund kindergarten and pre- k programs. the budget still need to be approved by the county council as well as the state of maryland. >> city councilwoman mary pat clark hosted a forum to discuss the lessons learned after the june it derecho storm. residents at the chance to voice their concerns over the need for more accurate and timely communications. took the utility company over a week to restore power to more than 170,000 customers. >> we want to restore power and do it in a way that is efficient and prompt. we want to do it in a safe fashion. people have a t
they start to get maybe mid-50s you want to start to think, eh, maybe we're -- >> all right, jeff. sue, you have another guy here there? >> kenny pulcari, do you agree? >> i think it's exactly what he said. once that number better than 50% it is like the individual investor's always late to the party. they watch the market melt up over the last couple of months and feel like i'm going to miss this. it's always the point. right? september's a tough month and people really need to take a quick breath, take a step back for a minute and watch the unfolding drama. september's full of a lot of drama as we know. >> which brings us to the possibility of qe3 in the u.s. and the possibility that grurp gets the house in order with the address of mr. draghi. >> listen. there's a lot of macroeconomic data. we have the whole political election with us. the democratic convention this week and headlines kind of causing the market to do actually nothing today. like we see insurance. >> very much on hold. >> the ecb tomorrow is thursday and looking forward to it and until the german high court passes on the
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